Area Code 940 - Information about Texas

For those considering moving to Texas, you want to make sure you understand all the different areas that make up the state. You may be wondering what area makes the top three.


You have probably heard the reasons why it is the top state in terms of population and economy. It is in the middle of the pack in most economic indicators as well. What area of Texas make it one of the top three?

To answer this question, we must consider three separate and distinct regions of Texas, all in the top three. The highest in population is the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Its capital is located in the south, and its largest city is in the north. It is also home to the biggest airport in the state, the Dallas Love Field International Airport.

Next on the list is Burleson, which is located in the southwest part of the state. Next on the list is Conroe, in the northeast part of the state. Finally, the fifth and final place area is Denton, in the northeast part of the state. These areas are all considered economic powerhouses. They are also home to some of the largest and most dynamic cities in the state.

A quick look at the demographics will help us understand why these areas are the top. When comparing population to the country, Texas is number one. It is second in the growth of the overall population. Overall, it is number two in the growth of the labor force.

Because of out-migration numbers, and the migration that occurs when the stock market crashes, Dallas and Fort Worth still maintain their very high populations. However, it is not like they can be compared to other states. If they were, it would be a huge mistake.

The second region makes the top three for its economy. Houston is the largest city in the state. It is a major source of jobs, jobs that are growing, as well as jobs that are constantly being created. The natural resources of the state also play a role in the state's economy. Oil, gas, and coal are major contributors to the Texas economy.

It is obvious why Houston makes the top three areas. Even though the state is home to major industrial regions, it is also home to many smaller towns and cities, where individuals seek out cheaper prices and lower taxes. It is also home to some of the largest cities in the country.